Saturday, November 8, 2008

Behind enemy lines week 10

Sorry so late with the picks for this week but I was waiting for a bit of injury info to come over the wire but it only confirmed the direction we were looking. We did what we needed to do by going 2-0 in both on the collegiate and pro side as one of the greatest college games ever (TX/TTech) went over for us and the SEC didn’t let us down with Arkansas, pushing our record to 10-8 on the year. In the league the NFC East continued to be good money as the G-Men and Philly we no duress games, taking our record to 11-7 on the year. Keeping above .500 and still looking for enough separation to take us to .700 so let’s get to it. I like Boise St.(-35) to run it up against Utah St. as they try to make a move in the BCS. In the Pac-10 I like Oregon (-13.5) to hold serve on Homecoming week against Stanford. In the League I love Buffalo (+3.5) at the “passless Pats”. Giving you quant data is useless because this is not the same New England team that has taken the field the last 5 years. Buffalo has the run defense to give NE problems and enough air to expose their questionable secondary. These division rivals usually play tight even when Brady was around, take the points. Next, I like the big points given to the Chefs (15.5) going into San Diego. KC has the running game to keep this game close and in a division game getting what amounts to 3 scores is a monster number. That’s the chowder, I’m Nicky, stay in the ring and keep your gloves up!

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12-5 college for the year, 9-3 in pro. If you have comments, questions on a game, or need injury and weather reports, list your question in the blog for answers. ‘Nikki the Fish’ in the Player’s Club chat room every Wednesday.